I grew up in a well-to-do suburb of Boston, the middle child of three girls. I was an under-achiever prone to testing the limits, but despite my best efforts to disgrace my parents, I graduated from Brandeis University.
When I was young, I worked at a radio station, a record company, and a cable company. Then I answered a classified ad in the paper (that’s how people used to find jobs before the Internet and networking) that said, “We’ll teach you personal computers so you can help our customers.” That’s how I got into high tech. After a brief stint doing technical support, I moved into marketing where, professionally speaking, I've been ever since.
The downturn in the economy afforded me the opportunity to write full time. I am hard at work on my second, unpublished, Young Adult novel. You can read more about me here.